District and Community Nursing
District and community nursing teams provide an invaluable service to the individuals, families and communities which they serve; and are integral to the delivery of timely, quality, integrated health care. (RCN, 2014, A call to action). Use this guide to find information resources about district and community nursing including books, reports and journal articles.
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This sketch animation was created by the RCN District Nursing Steering Group to highlight the work that District Nurses do.
Dr Julie Green, Chair of the RCN District and Community Nursing Forum, focusses on person-centred care linked to chronic venous leg ulcer care. The principles presented can be applied to all person-centred care. Register online for free access to this video.
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01 Jul 2022
The aims of this morning seminar are to give a basic understanding of diabetes and management, including Hypoglycaemia, Hyperglycaemia, and Carbohydrate awareness. This event is suitable for all members of the nursing team: registered nurses, Health Care Support Workers/ Health Care Assistants, and nursing students working in the NHS or Independent Health & Social Care Sector.
15 Jul 2022
This morning seminar aims to increase awareness of ACE’s and the related trauma and impact, immediate, short term and across a life time, develop skills to recognise ACE’s, and develop your knowledge of support services available. This event is suitable for all members of the nursing team: registered nurses, Health Care Support Workers/ Health Care Assistants, and nursing students working in the NHS or Independent Health & Social Care Sector.
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